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As the 2013 Made in the Midlands Exhibition draws closer, we are accruing an ever impressive list of exhibitors and attendees for our biggest exhibition yet. With Jaguar Land Rover set to send a purchasing team to meet companies on Thursday 2 May at Wolverhampton Race Course, we are gearing up for our best expo to date. JLR will be in good company with other key players in the automotive, aerospace, rail, oil and gas and defence supply chains.
We are dedicating a longer da...Read Story
For the first year ever we are giving college and university students the opportunity to ‘meet the company’ at our manufacturing show on Thursday 2nd May at Wolverhampton Racecourse. Not only are we opening the doors to over 70 of our member companies and hundreds of attendees from national and manufacturing engineering companies but we would are also warmly welcoming students currently enroled o...Read Story
We have been delighted to see such an outstanding turnout at our exhibition on 2 May 2013 at Wolverhampton Racecourse. Our member companies represented the finest in Midland’s based manufacturing and engineering and welcomed an impressive range of visitors from hundreds of companies across the UK. They certainly did themselves proud in partaking in a great day to celebrate Midlands manufacturing and made a real difference in how manufacturing i...Read Story
The Subcon 2013 exhibition is drawing closer and we are busily preparing
to appear at this year’s event being held on 4-6 June 2013 at the National
Exhibition Centre, Birmingham. We will
be occupying stand M26 as well as acting as a media partner for the event.
As a noteworthy event in the manufacturing and engineering calendar we are very much looking forward to welcoming all to our stand. Alongside the Advanced Manufacturin...Read Story
Mesh decking is ideal for heavy duty as well as very light loads, food industries, combustible areas as it’s a highly versatile offering significant benefits over traditional shelving. It quickly converts pallet racking into shelving for smaller items without a loss in loading capacity. It’s a cost-effective and strong alternative to timber and solid industrial steel shelving to store pallets and unusual shaped products. Each wire mesh panel ...Read Story